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Sporting profile of 125cc World Champion Arnaud Vincent

Sporting profile of 125cc World Champion Arnaud Vincent

Sporting profile of 125cc World Champion Arnaud Vincent

Below are the career details of 125cc World Champion Arnaud Vincent, who has become the first French rider to take the title in the quarter-litre class:

First Grand Prix: 1996 France 125cc.
First Pole: 1999 Malaysia 125cc.
First race fastest lap: 2000 South Africa 125cc.
First podium: 1998 Germany 125cc.
First victory: 1999 Catalunya 125cc.

Grand Prix starts: 79
125cc.: 79

Grand Prix victories: 7
125cc: 7

Podiums: 19
Pole Positions: 4$$$ > 1993: 125cc Provence Champion.
> 1994: 500cc Provence runner-up.
> 1995: 125cc French Championship debut, finishes ninth.
> 1996: 125cc French Championship runner-up.
> 1997: 125cc European and French Champion.

> 1998: First full season in 125cc World Championship, finishes 12th.
> 1999: First 125cc World Championship victory, finishes 7th in series.
> 2000: Second 125cc World Championship victory, finishes 7th in series.
> 2001: Leaves Aprilia to ride with Honda and finishes 10th in series.
> 2002: Returns to Aprilia and wins the 125cc World Championship with five Grand Prix victories.

Tags:
125cc, 2002, Gran Premio Marlboro de la Comunitat Valenciana

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